Leading Edge Business Planning for Entrepreneurs

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Dearborn Financial Pub., 1999 - Business & Economics - 208 pages
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Many new startups require a business plan approach that's not only meticulous and logical, but highly competitive. Leading Edge Business Planning for Entrepreneurs is directed specifically to the entrepreneur aggressively interested in growth. It incorporates the latest computer and Internet business operating techniques and technologies and how to research a business's feasibility in the marketplace. Readers learn how to craft a winning business plan that can be presented not only to banks, but to venture capitalists, micro-loan associations or equity partners. This cutting-edge book:
-- is written for the more aggressive, growth-oriented business owner of the millennium
-- includes actual business plans, including a virtual manufacturing company, a home-based Internet distribution business, a high-tech start-up, and a growth-oriented service company
-- outlines the importance and step-by-step strategies of pre-feasibility, feasibility and research

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Contents

Research
4
Why You Need a Business Plan
5
The Prefeasibility Test
11
Copyright

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